Clean Fiction Blog Tour: A Big Thank You!


Thank you to everyone who participated in the clean fiction blog tour! 

I planned on giving away one grand prize, but there was such an overwhelming amount of support for this blog tour that I ended up with more prizes than I could have possibly expected. 

So I will be contacting everyone who commented and shared posts during the month of March so that they can pick their prizes. The books range from middle grade to young adult, so there's going to be something for everyone.

Prizes include:

  1. A Story Quest Academy Scholarship for Adventure Quest course
  2. Postcards from Julie Gilbert
  3. An ebook copy of The Last Motley by D.J. Edwardson
  4. A West & Wendy ebook & printable coloring book from Courtenay Kasper
  5. An audiobook of The Electrical Menagerie by Mollie E. Reeder
  6. An ebook of Common by Laurie Lucking
  7. A paperback copy of How Kimba Saved The World by Meg Dendler
  8. A ebook of Spark by J.M. Hackman
  9. A ebook short story from Ellie Naomi
  10. A ebook of Tales of Ayphae by Ian Vroon
  11. A ebook of Wind of Choice by Marty C. Lee

What Is Story Quest Academy?

Story Quest Academy offers 8 week creative writing courses that teach essential skills through writing short stories and reading great wholesome books. The reason why we think clean stories are important for kids and young adults is because clean stories allow for more focus on the plot, character development, world-building, friendship, adventure, family, imagination, and making the world a better place. Clean stories tend to have more positive role models and can teach important lessons.

It was so fun to read everyone's opinions the importance of clean fiction and to find so many great books. Check out the links below to see all the posts in the clean fiction blog tour!


Just visit each blog on the schedule to get great content!


March 1st    Story Quest Academy - Why Clean Fiction Is Important + Top 10 Clean Indie Books

March 2nd    Ellie Naomi - Why I Write and Love Clean Fiction + Hannah Anderson Mysteries

March 3rd    Julie C. Gilbert - Many Flavors of Kid-Friendly Clean Reads

March 4th    Jasmine Natasha - Author Interview with Laurie Lucking

March 5th    Liz Delton - The Alchemyst's Mirror

March 6th    Mark Hansen - Why We Love Fantasy

March 7th    Ian Vroon - Ayphae • A World Beyond Your Imagination

March 8th    Story Quest Academy - Author Interview: Erin Michelle Sky and Steven Brown

March 9th    Nicholas Kotar - Two Excellent Pirate Books Set in Gorgeous Fantasy Worlds

March 10th    J.M. Hackman - Spark: Firestarting & Neurodiversity

March 11th    Mark Hansen - Excerpt from A Tale Of Heroes

March 12th    Courtenay Kasper - Why I Write Clean Fiction + West & Windy Book

March 13th    Debbie Schreffler - Excerpt from A Farmer's Wife: A Biblical Retelling of Ruth

March 14th    Story Quest Academy - Author Interview: Mollie E. Reeder

March 15th    Steven Guglich - Why I Write Clean Fiction

March 16th    Laurie Lucking - A Story Snippet from Traitor!

March 17th    Julie Gilbert - Clean Fiction Audiobooks

March 18th    Meg Dendler - Middle Grade and YA Clean Fiction

March 19th    Story Quest Academy - Interview with Nicholas Kotar

March 20th   Courtenay Kasper - Clean Fiction Books I Love

March 22nd   Molly Casperson - Clean Fiction Blog Tour: Why Clean?

March 23rd    D.J. Edwardson - The Last Motley: Behind the pages

March 24th    Marty C Lee - YA Fantasy with Princesses, Dragons, or Magic

March 25th    Molly Casperson - Keepers of Fire: Book One of Fire City

March 28th    Story Quest Academy - Interview with Heather Love Fitzgerald

March 29th    Debbie Schreffler - Clean Fiction Books I Love

March 31st    Molly Casperson - Clean Fantasy Author: Jeff Wheeler

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